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Cybercrime Tactics & Techniques: Q1 2017
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
A deep dive into the threats that got our attention during the first three months of the year and what to expect going forward.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 4/18/2017
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Securing your Privacy on Android
Nathan Collier, Senior Malware Intelligence Analyst, MalwarebytesCommentary
If you work at a company that allows you to use your mobile device to login to email, access company data, or connect to company Wi-Fi, youre more of a security risk than you think.
By Nathan Collier Senior Malware Intelligence Analyst, Malwarebytes, 4/12/2017
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Top 5 Dumbest Cyber Threats That Still Pay Off
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Some hackers are fairly predictable in their successful use of really dumb attacks.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 4/4/2017
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Exploit Kits: Winter 2017 Review
Jerome Segura, Lead Malware Intelligence Analyst, Malwarebytes, Commentary
We take another look at the current EK scene by going over RIG, Sundown, Neutrino and Magnitude.
By Jerome Segura, Lead Malware Intelligence Analyst, Malwarebytes , 3/28/2017
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Malware Explained: Packer, Crypter & Protector
Pieter Arntz, Malware Intelligence Researcher, MalwarebytesCommentary
These three techniques can protect malware from analysis. Heres how they work.
By Pieter Arntz Malware Intelligence Researcher, Malwarebytes, 3/22/2017
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7 Things You Need to Know about Bayesian Spam Filtering
Pieter Arntz, Malware Intelligence Researcher, MalwarebytesCommentary
Knowing how spam filters work can clarify how some messages get through, and how your own emails can avoid being caught.
By Pieter Arntz Malware Intelligence Researcher, Malwarebytes, 3/14/2017
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4 Ways to Recover from a Cyberattack
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Be prepared and act quickly are two key steps that will help you bounce back quickly from a cyberattack.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 3/8/2017
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Adware vs. Ad Fraud: Viva la Difference!
Pieter Arntz, Malware Intelligence Researcher, MalwarebytesCommentary
Both earn their money in the advertising trade but they each have very different means of operation and targets.
By Pieter Arntz Malware Intelligence Researcher, Malwarebytes, 3/6/2017
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DNSSEC: Why Do We Need It?
Pieter Arntz, Malware Intelligence Researcher, MalwarebytesCommentary
The number of signed domain names has grown considerably over the past two and a half years but some sectors are heavily lagging behind.
By Pieter Arntz Malware Intelligence Researcher, Malwarebytes, 3/1/2017
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Mac Malware Reaches New Highs
Thomas Reed, Director of Mac Offerings, MalwarebytesCommentary
Two new malware threats in a week this past month, plus others in January, brings the 2017 Mac malware count up to 6 and growing.
By Thomas Reed Director of Mac Offerings, Malwarebytes, 2/28/2017
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Meet 'Fruitfly:' Mac Malware Targeting Biomedical Research Centers
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
This newly discovered code contains indications that it has been circulating undetected for at least a couple years.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 1/24/2017
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Threat Attribution: Misunderstood & Abused
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Despite its many pitfalls, threat attribution remains an important part of any incident response plan. Heres why.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 1/18/2017
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Understanding The Basics Of Two-Factor Authentication
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With data breaches resulting in leaked passwords occurring almost daily, two-factor authentication has become an essential tool in the security toolkit.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 1/16/2017
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Operational Security Best Practices For Social Media
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Building a firm, clear policy on disclosures online can provide a flexible, adaptive response that will protect proprietary data from winding up in a public leak.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 1/11/2017
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Online Or Offline, Ransomware Will Find You
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
The current threat landscape is a mish-mash of online ransomware, offline ransomware, and those that are a mixture of the two.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 1/9/2017
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Explained: Domain-Generating Algorithms
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Cybercriminals use domain-generating algorithms to prevent their servers from being blacklisted or taken down.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 12/21/2016
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Phishing Can Leverage Users To Bypass Sandboxes
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Using social engineering to bypass traditional security defenses is not new and will certainly continue to grow.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 12/19/2016
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Security In 2017: Ransomware Will Remain King
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
Businesses, consumers, and security professionals must face this reality and take the necessary steps to educate each other and protect their networks.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 12/13/2016
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Survey Stresses Importance Of Securing The Internet of Things
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
If organizations monitor and deploy IoT devices with caution, they can stay ahead of the curve and continue to keep all of their endpoints protected.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 12/7/2016
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5 Links Of The Attack Chain And How To Disrupt Them
Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes LabsCommentary
By identifying steps in the attack chain, you can deploy appropriate defenses at each stage to prevent breaches from happening in the first place.
By Malwarebytes Labs Malwarebytes Labs, 11/28/2016
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